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Gibraltar girls fall to Wabeno-Laona

The Gibraltar Vikings girls' basketball team had a slow start that sunk them in their 67-41 loss to Wabeno-Laona Friday night.

 

The Vikings could only muster 13 points in the first half, find themselves in a 20-point hole to start the second half against the Rebels. Andie Schar helped spark the offense in the second half, scoring 12 of her 14 points after the break. Betsy Lecy also broke into double figures with 10 points. The Krawze girls combined for 26 points while every player scored at least one point.

Gibraltar girls visit Wabeno-Laona Friday

The Gibraltar girls' basketball team looks to make the most of their long road trip west to face Wabeno-Laona.

 

The Vikings are still looking for their first victory of the season after losing their last match up to Algoma 48-27. Key to the slow start has been the offense, which is only averaging just over 31 points per game and no players scoring in the double figures. Wabeno/Laona is 8-3 on the season and won its last game 49-41 over Three Lakes. Ellie and Grace Krawze lead the team with approximately 10 points a piece per game.

 

Tip off is scheduled for 6 p.m.

Gibraltar boys' Friday matchup versus Algoma postponed

The Gibraltar boys' basketball team will wait until next Thursday's game against Two Rivers before they hit the hardwood for a game again.

 

Coaches and athletic directors at Gibraltar and Algoma have decided to postpone this Friday's game due to COVID-19 safety protocols.

 

Similar circumstances kept the Gibraltar girls' basketball program from playing its matchup against Sevastopol earlier this month.

 

UPDATE: The game will now be played on February 3rd per Shawn Duncan from Algoma School District.

Vikings fall to Clippers in Packerland thriller on 105.1 The GOAT

The Gibraltar boys’ basketball team traveled to Sturgeon Bay to take on the Clippers in Packerland conference play on Tuesday night. 

 

The night got off to an emotional start with the recognition of Clippers coach Jim Benesh for being selected to the Wisconsin Basketball Coaches Association Hall of Fame. 

 

The Clippers came out of the gates hot and were able to turn defensive pressure into offense to make the game tied heading into the halftime break. The second half started off with a bang for the Clippers with Isaak Aune hitting a mid range jumper and two 3 point attempts to post 8 points in a matter of minutes in the second half. From there the Clippers would match any momentum that the Vikings had by beating the Vikings press, answering Gibraltar baskets with baskets of their own, and making their free throws in the closing seconds to take home a 60-57 win over the Vikings. 

 

Gibraltar had three players in double figures led by Jake Schar with 16, followed by Sam Lindenberg with 15 and Trevor Ash with 10 off the bench. 

 

Sturgeon Bay was led by Isaak Aune who had 19 and Preston Newton who added 13. 

 

The Vikings will next be in action on Friday as they host Algoma in another Packerland Conference matchup.

Gibraltar boys look for bounceback against Sturgeon Bay on 105.1 The GOAT

The Gibraltar Vikings boys' basketball team will look to snag their second Packerland win Tuesday night when they play Sturgeon Bay Tuesday night.

 

The Vikings saw another conference win slip away on Friday, losing to Southern Door 60-53. Key to the Eagles' success was shutting down Sam Lindenberg, who had to resort to other ways to contribute after scoring only four points. Gibraltar head coach Justin Burress said on the post-game show they just have to limit their mistakes.

The Clippers enter the game with a 2-5 record in the Packerland Conference after beating Algoma 64-46 in its last matchup on Friday. Isaak Aune was able to exceed his season average with 18 points in the game while Gannon Evers chipping in 16 points. Preston Newton has been steady all season long for the Clippers as he is in the top two for points, rebounds, and assists.

 

Tanner DeGrave and Jacob Nate will have the call on 105.1 The GOAT beginning at 7:00 p.m. with the pregame followed by the opening tip at 7:30 p.m. The game is also available to stream on NEWRadioSportsNetwork.com.

Vikings girls slowed down by Wolves

The Gibraltar girls' basketball team could not get the offense going early enough in its 48-27 loss to Algoma Saturday.

 

The Wolves outscored the Vikings 26-11 in the first half thanks to Ryley Zimmerman scoring six of her ten points in the opening frame. 

 

Andie Schar led the Vikings with 14 points with two others pitching four points apiece. Sierra Slaby led all scorers with 15 points for the Wolves. 

Viking girls look to tame Wolves

The pursuit for Gibraltar's first win in girls' basketball takes them to Algoma on Saturday.

 

The Vikings' had been improving ahead of its 51-31 loss to Peshtigo earlier this week. Of its three games where they have scored more than 40 points, two of those have occurred in the last week. Andie Schar continues to see her scoring average rise, pushing close to nine points a contest.

 

The Wolves lost to Luxemburg-Casco 46-38 in its last game on January 11th, but still has won its last two Packerland Conference games heading into the matchup. Ryley Zimmerman leads the Wolves in scoring at almost 10 points a game while Emily Kirchman is averaging about seven points and seven rebounds a game.

 

The game is scheduled for a 7:30 p.m. tip in Algoma.

Gibraltar boys experience heartbreak versus Southern Door on 105.1 The GOAT

A late run by Southern Door doomed the Gibraltar boys' basketball from earning a second straight Packerland victory in its 60-53 loss Friday night in Fish Creek.

 

The Eagles jumped ahead early, scoring the game's first eight points and stretching the lead out to 10 points for much of the half despite the Vikings battling back to make it a two-possession game several times. Jake Schar knocked down a pair of threes to help the Vikings close the gap to just a two-point deficit at half. The Vikings changed up their defense in the second half and their offense took advantage, scoring the first six points of the second half and they would lead by as many as seven points in the second half. A corner three by Jack Peterson swung the momentum back in favor of the Eagles as Nic Pierre would hit a pair of threes that would put the Eagles ahead for good.

 

The Eagles used a short bench against the Vikings led by Pierre's 19 points and 14 from Drew Daoust. Logan Jeanquart chipped in 10 points of his own in the victory. The Vikings' Jake Schar and Will Friedenfels each got 12 points in the loss. The conference's leading scorer, Gibraltar's Sam Lindenberg, was held to just four points as he had to facilitate the offense in other ways thanks to the Eagles' smothering defense.

 

Gibraltar will play at Sturgeon Bay on 105.1 The GOAT for a 7:30 p.m. Tuesday tip.

 

 

Gibraltar girls can't leash Peshtigo

The Gibraltar girls' basketball team could not keep up with the Peshtigo Bulldogs in their 51-31 defeat Thursday night on the road.

 

The Vikings kept it close in the early going with the Bulldogs only leading 13-9 a little over halfway through the first half. The Bulldogs would take control from there, outscoring the Vikings 16-4 the rest of the frame to take a comfortable lead into the half. The Vikings would trail by as much as 23 points in the second half before paring it down to the 20 point deficit at the game's end. 

 

The team is back at it on Saturday when they travel to Algoma for a 7:30 p.m. tip.

Gibraltar boys look for bounceback game against Southern Door on 105.1 The GOAT

The Gibraltar boys basketball team will jump back into Packerland Conference play Friday night when Southern Door visits Fish Creek.

 

The Vikings left the state after securing the 92-44 victory last Saturday on the road against Sevastopol. The double-overtime contest saw Jake Schar score 18 points and Sam Lindenberg add 15 points, but Menominee forced 13 turnovers off of steals alone to sneak past the Vikings 58-54. 

 

The Eagles come into the contest almost a week removed from their 59-46 victory over Algoma on Saturday. Drew Daoust leads the Eagles with almost 18 points a game while Jared Hawkey is nearly averaging a double-double a game with 10 points and eight rebounds a contest.

 

Tim Kowols and Jacob Nate will have the call on 105.1 The GOAT and NEWRadioSportsNetwork.com beginning at 7 p.m. with the pregame show followed by the opening tip at 7:30 p.m.

Viking girls visit Peshtigo

The Gibraltar girls' basketball team will take their quest for their first win of the season to Peshtigo Thursday.

 

Andie Schar scored 16 points and Betsy Lecy added 11, but the Vikings could not hold onto their five-point halftime lead as they lost to Sturgeon Bay 51-47 earlier this week. The Bulldogs have won five of their last eight games, but lost their last matchup to Oconto 54-41. The Vikings will have to figure out how to stop Sydney Lund, who scored 22 points in the Bulldogs' loss to the Blue Devils.

 

Tip is set for 7:30 p.m.

Gibraltar gets UP for Menominee contest

The Gibraltar Vikings boys' basketball team will visit the upper peninsula Tuesday night when they travel to face Menominee.

 

In its 92-44 victory over Sevastopol Saturday night on 105.1 The GOAT, the Viking offense would not slow down from there, they would end up posting 66 points in the first half including a dunk from senior guard Sam Lindenberg who scored a game-high 31 points and took a 43 point lead into the halftime break. Menominee beat Escanaba 77-44 in its last game.

 

Tip is set for 6:30 p.m. 

Gibraltar girls look for first win against Sturgeon Bay

Two Packerland Conference teams can shed a light on their season when Gibraltar and Sturgeon Bay meet in Fish Creek Tuesday.

 

Both the Vikings and the Clippers come into Tuesday's game winless on the season. The Vikings lost their last game 75-40 to Cedar Grove-Belgium as they continue to come back from their health protocols-induced break. The Clippers outscored Algoma 22-20 in the second half last week, but the damage was already done in its 54-32 loss. Neither team has a player averaging double digits in scoring with the Clippers' Autumn Rass (6 ppg) and Colleen Carlisle (7.5 ppg) leading the way.

 

Tip is set for 7:30 p.m.

Vikings dominate Pioneers on 105.1 The GOAT

The Gibraltar boys’ basketball team traveled to Sevastopol to take on the Pioneers in a Packerland Conference matchup on Saturday January 8th. 

 

The Vikings got out to a hot start scoring the first 6 points of the game off of defensive steals. The Viking offense would not slow down from there, they would end up posting 66 points in the first half including a dunk from senior guard Sam Lindenberg who scored a game high 31 points and took a 43 point lead into the halftime break. 

 

Sevastopol was without leading scorer and rebounder Jack De Young but managed to put up 23 points in the first half. The Pioneers would tighten up the defense coming out of the halftime break and hold Gibraltar to only 26 second half points, but the gap was too big for the Pioneers to close and the Vikings ended up winning 92-44

 

Gibraltar will next be in action on Tuesday January 11th as they will travel to take on Menominee Michigan.

 

Vikings host Rockets in Saturday non conference action

The Gibraltar Viking girls’ basketball team will host Cedar Grove-Belgium on Saturday January 8th in a non conference game.

 

Gibraltar comes into this game looking to win their first game on the season. The Vikings most recent loss came on Friday night against conference opponent the Southern Door Eagles. The Vikings are being led this season by Colleen Carlisle and Andie Schar who are both averaging 7 points per game. 

 

Tip is set for 2:30 p.m. from Gibraltar High School.

Gibraltar travels to Sevastopol on 105.1 The GOAT

The Gibraltar boys’ basketball team will travel to Sevastopol to take on the Pioneers in Packerland Conference play on 105.1 The GOAT. 

 

The Vikings come into this game losing a close one to Peshtigo on Tuesday. Gibraltar will be looking to get their first conference win on Saturday against the Pioneers. The Vikings are led by senior Sam Lindenberg who is averaging 23 points per game. 

 

As for Sevastopol, they are looking to turn the momentum in their favor after losing six consecutive games. The Pioneers are led offensively by Jack De Young who is averaging 17 points per contest. 

 

Tip is set for 7:30 p.m. with pregame at 7:00 p.m. on 105.1 The GOAT and NEWRadioSportsNetwork.com with Tanner DeGrave and Reece Robillard on the call.

 

Vikings travel to take on Falcons

The Gibraltar boys’ basketball team will travel to Pembine to take on the Goodman-Pembine Falcons in non conference play on Thursday. 

 

The Vikings are coming off of a hard fought loss against Packerland Conference opponent Peshtigo who is undefeated in conference play so far this season, and are looking to get their momentum back with a win over the Falcons. Gibraltar is being led by senior Sam Lindenberg who had 16 against Peshtigo on Tuesday, and is averaging 22 points per game this season. Jake Schar is the next leading scorer for the Vikings averaging 8 points per game. 

 

Tip is set for 7:15 PM from Pembine High School. 

Gibraltar boys lose late to Peshtigo on 105.1 The GOAT

The Gibraltar boys' basketball team saw another first-half lead slip away as they fell to the Peshtigo Bulldogs 73-64 in Fish Creek.

 

The Vikings' offense dictated the pace early on in the game, building up an eight-point lead heading into the break. Helping give the Vikings that cushion was Jake Schar hitting two straight three-pointers and Sam Lindenberg scoring 14 of his team-high 20 points.

 

After the Vikings were able to withstand an initial surge to build a 10-point lead, the Bulldogs swung the pendulum hard in their favor. Muaz Salem, Landon Lemke, and Jacob Berth hit some big shots while sinking the Vikings into a three-minute-plus scoring drought to take the lead and extend it to as much as 11 late in the second half. The Vikings were able to get it to within five points, but the Bulldogs hit their free throws and forced some key turnovers at the end of the game to hold off the rally.

 

The Vikings will head to Goodman-Pembine on Thursday for a 7:15 tip before visiting Sevastopol on Saturday. 105.1 The GOAT will provide the broadcast of that game beginning at 7 p.m. with the pregame show followed by the tip at 7:30 p.m.

 

 

Gibraltar boys back in action against Peshtigo on 105.1 The GOAT

The Gibraltar boys' basketball return from winter break Tuesday night when they host the Peshtigo Bulldogs in Fish Creek.

 

The Vikings went into the break on a high note, scoring 52 points in the second half to cruise past Kohler 82-74. Sam Lindenberg scored 33 points in the contest and leads the team in scoring with 23.6 points per game. Conference wins have been elusive for the Vikings this season, but they've been close. In their 0-3 start in the Packerland, they have lost those games by 13 points despite facing teams with a 10-1 mark conference mark. 

 

They will face another undefeated conference team in Peshtigo, who are 4-0 in Packerland play. They suffered their first loss of the season last Tuesday when they lost to Northland Pines 53-49. The Bulldogs are led by Landon Lemke and Kaine Fort, who are both averaging double-figure point totals this season.

 

The game will be broadcast on 105.1 The GOAT beginning at 7 p.m. with the pregame show and the tip at 7:30 p.m. with Tim Kowols on the call. Game audio will also be streamed at NEWRadioSportsNetwork.com.

Vikings not enough against Tigers

The Gibraltar girls basketball team finished up tournament play going up against tournament host the Gillett Tigers. 

 

The Vikings lost by a score of 53-32. Colleen Carlisle led the Vikings in scoring putting up 13 points, and Mikala Gorham added 8. 

 

The Vikings will next be in action on Monday January 3rd as they host Sevastopol. 

 

Tip is set for 7:30 PM from Gibraltar High School.

Vikings look to tame Tigers

The Gibraltar girls basketball team will be back in action at the Gillett tournament on Thursday December 30th. This time they will be facing off with the tournament host Gillett Tigers. 

 

Gibraltar has gotten scoring contributions from a variety of players so far this season. The Vikings currently have seven players who are averaging points per game. The top two scorers for the Vikings this year have been Andie Schar who is averaging 8 points per game, and Colleen Carlisle who is averaging 7 points per game. Carlisle is also leading the team in rebounds per game with six. 

 

As for the Tigers, they are hoping to avoid losing their third straight game after losing to Oconto their last time out. Gillett has two players who are averaging double digit points per game. Carleigh Kaczmarek is leading the team averaging 11 points per game, and Alaina Herzog is averaging 10 points per game. 

 

Tip is set for 12:30 PM from Gillett High School.

Vikings fall to Indians

The Gibraltar girls basketball team faced Weyauwega-Fremont in tournament play from Gillett on Wednesday December 29th. 

 

Gibraltar lost the matchup to the Indians by a score of 51-30. The loss makes 7 straight losses for the Vikings on the season. Betsy Lecy led Gibraltar with 9 points. The Vikings will have another chance to pick up that first win as they will play Gillett on Thursday December 30th. 

 

Tip is set for 12:30 PM from Gillett High School.

Vikings look to pick up first win vs. Indians

The Gibraltar girls basketball team will be heading to Gillett to face off with the Weyauwega-Fremont Indians in tournament play on Wednesday December 29th. 

 

The Vikings have struggled to pick up their first win this season, losing their first six games in a row. In order to turn things around, the Vikings will look to Andie Schar and Colleen Carlisle who are leading the team in scoring averaging 8 points per game and 7 points per game respectively. 

 

As for the Indians, they come in on a 5 game losing streak and are hoping to end that with a win over the Vikings. The Indians are led by Olivia Witkowski and Madison Hansen who are both averaging 7 points per contest. 

 

Tip is set for 12:30 pm in Gillett.

Viking girls fall to Two Rivers

In girls’ non-conference high school basketball play Tuesday night, the Gibraltar Vikings fell to the Two Rivers Purple Raiders 57-31 at home.  Two Rivers took control of the game early and held a comfortable 36-15 into intermission and never looked back.  The Purple Raiders got 23 points from Mackenzie Graff while the Vikings were led by Colleen Carlisle with 12 points.  Gibraltar will now play in a holiday tournament in Gillet next Wednesday and Thursday before returning to Packerland Conference play when they host Sevastopol on January 3.  

Vikings girls host Two Rivers

The Gibraltar Vikings girls' basketball team will host non-conference opponent Two Rivers before its holiday break.

 

The Vikings are still in search of their first victory of the season as they have dropped their first five games. They were limited to just four second-half points in their 79-21 loss to Oconto last Tuesday. The Raiders are 6-4 on the season after outscoring Sheboygan Falls 27-8 in the second half to win 44-35 last Friday.

 

Tip is set for 7:30 p.m.